MxCC Offers Its First Accelerated Certified Nurse Aide Course in Meriden

For the first time, Middlesex Community College is offering an accelerated version of the Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) course at the College’s Meriden Center, located downtown at 55 West Main Street. The accelerated program begins on July 14 and ends on August 13 and includes clinical training at Wadsworth Glen in Middletown. The Certified Nurse Aide training program consists of lectures, skills development, and …

MxCC Graduates Largest Class In Its History

Middlesex Community College held its 47th graduation ceremony on May 29, presenting associate degrees in the arts and sciences to 338 students – the largest class in the College’s history. The students, who ranged in age from 18 – 78, completed degrees or certificates in 32 different areas of study including accounting, biotechnology, broadcast cinema, forensic science, multimedia web design …

MxCC Students Present Moliere’s ‘Tartuffe’ May 14 and 15

Next month, Middlesex Community College students will perform a modern rendition of the classic French play “Tartuffe” by Molière. Students from adjunct professor Dic Wheeler’s Plays in Production class will star in Molière’s best-known play, making this the first student production since 2011. “It is so exciting to feel the energy that these students are investing into making this classic …

MxCC Hosts Annual e-Cycling Event on April 24 & May 3

Not sure what to do with your old and unwanted electronics? Middlesex Community College has a free solution on how to dispose of these ancient artifacts, without filling landfills. Just bring your unwanted electronics to the Middletown campus on April 24 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. or to the Meriden Center on May 3 from 9 a.m. to 12 …

Community Eye Clinic at MxCC Helps Local Residents in Need

Middlesex Community College’s (MxCC) Ophthalmic Design and Dispensing Program (OD&D) continued to show its commitment to the community by holding its 21st annual Community Eye Care Days on March 4 and 6. By the end of the project, over seventy people who could not otherwise get a complete ocular health assessment and eyewear will be wearing their new glasses. This event originally began through the …